Karazin University is Participating in Training for Coaches of Future Veteran Assistants
In Kyiv, training for coaching teams of future veteran assistants at the regional level is currently underway. This initiative is organized by the Ministry of Veterans Affairs of Ukraine with the generous support of UNDP in Ukraine and international donors.
Twenty scientists and educators from leading higher education institutions are undergoing an intensive course titled 'Theory and Practice of Training Specialists in the Support of War Veterans and Demobilized Persons,' which is a part of the experimental project initiated by the Ministry of Veterans Affairs to introduce the concept of veteran assistants in Ukraine.
Participation from Karazin University includes:
- Anton Vorobiov, a specialist at the Center for Extracurricular Activities and administrator of the University's Center for Veteran Development.
- Madona Gogia, Assistant Professor at the Institute of General Surgery, Anesthesiology, and Palliative Medicine at the Medical School.
- Inna Mishustina, a specialist at the Center for Veteran Development.
- Tetiana Pokotylo, Associate Professor at the Institute of Personnel Management and Entrepreneurship, Institute of Public Administration.
- Hlib Rybalko, Associate Professor at the Institute of Criminal Law Disciplines, School of Law.
- Tetiana Cherednychenko, Director of the Center for Extracurricular Activities and Head of the University's Center for Veteran Development.
- Svitlana Yanovska, Associate Professor at the Institute of Applied Psychology, School of Psychology.
Among the participants are also experts from the National Aviation University (Kyiv), Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University, and Sumy State University, as well as representatives from Kryvyi Rih.
Future veteran assistants will be trained in Centers for Veteran Development established within higher education institutions, including Karazin University, as a part of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs' initiative.
During three days of training, participants develop an understanding of the process of preparing specialists who will support veterans and demobilized individuals within the approved qualification improvement program. They also examine theoretical and practical aspects of veteran support during the transition from military service to civilian life, including psychological and communication nuances in working with veterans and their families, organization of work, and document flow for specialists in veteran support, among other topics.
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